2 Daya Denim Foldable Baskets

Price
$129
In stock! Usually ships within 1-2 Business Days
Title:Set of 2

About These Handicrafts made with recycled Denim :

Hogla and repurposed denim combine to create a structured foldable basket. The combination of the two materials provides a durable and one-of-a-kind product.
Korissa created and chose each item, which is then sustainably produced in Bangladesh by Fair Trade craftsmen.



Dimensions & More Details

  • Size: Approximately
    - (L) 12”tall x 15”round (Collapsed: 7"tall)
    - (S) 11”tall x 13”round (Collapsed: 7"tall)
  • Material: Recycled Denim, Hogla
  • Color: Assorted Denim, Natural
  • Due to the handcrafted nature, slight variation will occur in design, color, and size.

* Each of these baskets is one of a kind because no two recycled fabrics are alike.
Random / Assorted Color will be shipped.

How to Care for This Item
  • Dust or vacuum your basket on a regular basis, wiping with a damp cloth if necessary.
  • Do not rub stains or spills from your basket as this may spread the stain and loosen the fibers.
  • Be sure to dry properly after water damage.
  • Be sure to keep out of direct sunlight, or color can change and fade.
Why did we choose this product?

We love his denim side. It reminds us of the ocean. The smaller one is very practical for putting fruit in it. In the second we like to put some objects in it, we also think of using it to put things in the bathroom.

About KORISSA

KORISSA’s story began in 2017 when Angela, a co-founder of KORISSA, left New York for Bangladesh to work for a family business. While staying in Bangladesh for a year, she met a female social entrepreneur who works for a non-governmental (NGO) and World Fair Trade organization. This organization is committed to alleviating poverty, increase social responsibility through fair trade and strengthening the personal skills of the women who suffered gender violence in the slums of Dhaka, Bangladesh, by producing handicrafts items made from jute, seagrass, and locally sourced natural fibers. Inspired by their commitments, Nora and Angela decided to found KORISSA with a goal of offering environmentally and socially responsible handmade goods and encouraging the modern shopper to purchase consciously.

After four years of continued growth and success, KORISSA partners with four artisans organizations in Bangladesh that operate according to fair trade principles.

KORISSA is committed to building up sustainable relationships with our artisans and working together to preserve the culture and history while providing our artisans access to fair wages, broader markets, and secure, sustainable livelihoods.
KORISSA is committed to consuming less and being more conscious about waste by using eco-friendly, sustainable materials and forms of production.

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